Daytime talk show host Nate Berkus is talking about his new boyfriend.

In a cover story for New York City gay glossy Next, Berkus announced he's got a new flame.

The 39-year-old Berkus, an interior designer who became a television personality offering design advice to viewers on The Oprah Winfrey Show, premiered his own makeover-heavy talk show in September, becoming the first openly gay man to host a nationally syndicated daytime talk show, The Nate Berkus Show.

In 2004, Berkus lost his partner, photographer Fernando Bengoechea, while the couple vacationed in Sri Lanka. Bengoechea is presumed dead from a tsunami that hit the island country.

Berkus met his boyfriend nearly two years ago at a party. The Columbia University-educated architect, who remains nameless, has a “very level head.”

“Wise, very pragmatic and a creative person as well,” Berkus said.

For Valentine's Day “I got him a book on a museum and we went to a friend's party,” he added.

During an appearance last year on CNN's Larry King Live, Berkus advocated for parents to intervene on behalf of gay teens who are being bullied in school.